Items where SHU Author is "Chamberlain, Paul"

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and DIENG, Patricia (2013). How does it feel? Tactile interpretations of visual symbols. In: NG, Annie W Y, (ed.) Signs and symbols for workplace and public use. USA, Nova . (In Press)

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and YOXALL, Alaster (2012). Of mice and men : the role of interactive exhibitions as research tools for inclusive design. The Design Journal, 15 (1), 57-78.

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2011). Exhibition in a box. [Artefact]

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, REED, Heath, BURTON, Maria and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2011). Future bathroom: A study of user-centred design principles affecting usability, safety and satisfaction in bathrooms for people living with disabilities. In: Research and development work relating to assistive technology 2010-11. Department of Health, 28-29.

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, REED, Heath, BURTON, Maria and MOUNTAIN, Gail (2011). ‘Future Bathroom’, What to make? Or How to Make? Challenges in meeting sustainable needs. In: BARTOLO, H., (ed.) Sustainable Intelligent manufacturing. Portugal, IST Press, 777-784.

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and DIENG, Patricia (2011). Looking Good, Feeling Good – Tac Map: a navigation system for the blind. In: The role of inclusive design in making social innovation happen. RCA. (In Press)

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2011). engagingaging. [Show/Exhibition]

BURTON, Maria, REED, Heath and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2011). Age-related disability and bathroom use. Journal of Integrated Care, 19 (1), 37-43.

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YOXALL, Alaster, HELLER, Ben and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2011). Oom Bop Bop Good Vibrations: the use of sensory feedback to create motion inhibition. In: Include 2011, Royal College of Art, London, 18-20 April 2011.

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2010). Horses, elephants and camels… : challenges and barriers to interdisciplinary user-centred design research. In: MARJANOVIC, D, STORGA, M, PAVKOVIC, N and BOJCETIC, N, (eds.) DS 60 : Proceedings of DESIGN 2010, the 11th International Design Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia. Design Society, 163-172.

BOWEN, Simon and CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2008). Engaging the ageing: designing artefacts to provoke dialogue. In: LANGDON, Patrick, CLARKSON, John and ROBINSON, Peter, (eds.) Designing inclusive futures. London, Springer, 35-44.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2007). Beyond branding : how design research through engagement with industry can establish status within the academy and provide products with more meaning and significance. In: COLLINA, Luisa and SCULLICA, Francesco, (eds.) Designing designers : unbranded design for for new user expectations, in East and West. Milan, Edizioni POLI.Design, 35-40.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul, GARDNER, Peter and LAWTON, Rebecca (2007). Shape of things to come. In: MICHEL, Ralf, (ed.) Design research now - essays and selected projects. Birkhaeuser-Springer, 99-116.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and RODDIS, Jim (2005). Regenerate: a case study of a collaborative design research led new product development. In: Joining forces: Design research, industries and a new interface for competiveness, University of Art and Design, Helsinki, 22-24 September 2005.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and RODDIS, Jim (2003). Making sense : a case study of a collaborative design-led new product development for the sensorily impaired. The Design Journal, 6 (1), 40-51.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2003). Non-Luer medical connection system. Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (1994). Rib Chair. [Show/Exhibition]

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (1992). Oyster Stool seating for Heathrow Airport. In: PUTTMAN, Andre, (ed.) International Design Yearbook: 1992. London, Thames and Hudson.

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CHAMBERLAIN, Paul and CHRISTIAN, Peter (1986). RIB chair. [Artefact]

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